Leopard print, or maybe the dune cap of the recidivist trend’s classroom. Always hated, but always on trend. It’s funny to see how much that print can have a bad reputation, while still being well considered by the most prestigious designers.
The main category of this blog is reserved to my passion for fashion. And to all my looks that I share with you daily!
I still remember the first time where I felt self-conscious about my arms, It was a few years ago, I was celebrating a friend’s birthday when came naturally the idea of taking a group picture. I still remember what I wore, a pair of grey jeans with a black sleeveless peplum top. I have good memories of that party, a nice little girl’s night. The next day, I received said picture and I thought “Does my arms really look that big?”
Corduroy was the signature fabric of the seventies! And as the old saying goes: “fashion is an eternal restarting”. And here I am today showing a back to the seventies look (mostly).
Until a little while ago, when I heard bucket hat, I thought about the old fish smelling grandpa hat that’s stored near the fishing rod in the shed, or maybe about Mr Hoy too #Sense8. Either way, nothing really fashionable, I have to admit. But that was without taking account of our beloved designers!
“It’s the red, it’s the red, it’s the red you need!” I hope my fellow disney fans got the twisted reference! For today’s look, I turned into a modern little red riding hood with a full on red ensemble.
I am back here today to present you this mid-season look perfect for this time of the year when the weather is mild while still being windy with chilly night.
Even if the fight against real fur seems to be won in our high street stores, it still rages among luxury brands. the demonstrations from the public opinion and the NGO never cease to question designers and influence fur product sales. but the victory of faux fur seems to figure on the horizon.